Fiction - Social Issues

Red Clay, Yellow Grass

A Novel of the 1960s
By Richard Barager

Red Clay, Yellow Grass: A Novel of the 1960s by Richard Barager is a fascinating story that combines romance with war to transport readers to an interesting setting in the sixties. Meet two people, orphan David Noble and Jackie Lundquist, college sweethearts whose relationship takes...

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ARF & Soul

By Leon Robertson

“I have discovered that when you look into a dog’s eyes there is a power that draws you in,” says Leon Robertson in the introductory chapter to ARF & Soul and the book shares more of what one gets when one explores the mind of...

Watching Glass Shatter

By James Cudney

Watching Glass Shatter by James Cudney is the moving yet thrilling tale of one woman’s quest for answers and a way to put her family back together. Olivia Glass has everything, or so she thought. Married for forty years, when an accident takes her husband’s...

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Winter's Warmth

The Royal Teashop Book 3
By Ginny Clyde

Winter’s Warmth: The Royal Teashop Book 3 by Ginny Clyde gently reminds us when it’s time to say goodbye, and that no matter how hard it may be, all fairy tales must end. Olivia is grounded. But with Thanksgiving around the corner, she decides to...

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Fall's Whisper

The Royal Teashop Book 2
By Ginny Clyde

Fall’s Whisper by Ginny Clyde is a romantic fairy tale about knowing where you belong, and knowing who to trust in times of need. It’s fall in Knightswood. Olivia continues to go to school, as the annoying, albeit mysteriously charming Ryan continues to watch over...

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Mud Puddlers

By Shaun Bailey

If you like well-researched novels based on some fascinating, if sometimes brutal, true American history, Mud Puddlers by Shaun Bailey is for you. On one level, it’s the fictional story of William Black, a Hoover Dam worker who dabbles in union organizing and illegal gambling....

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The Far Haven Treasury

A Windflower Saga Collection
By Aleksandra Layland

The Far Haven Treasury by Aleksandra Layland is A Windflower Saga Collection. In the novel Far Haven, Keridwen had it all, a loving husband and a happy life, but a few years later she's left as a widow and adoptive mother. She agrees to help...

One of Windsor

The Untold Story of America's First Witch Hanging
By Beth M Caruso

It’s always fascinating to see how an author has created an absorbing and informative story around some obscure historical person. That is what Beth M Caruso has done so very well in One of Windsor: The Untold Story of America’s First Witch Hanging. That so-called...

The Vines We Planted

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By Joanell Serra

The Vines We Planted by Joanell Serra tells the story of a family facing struggles and their individual crisis. Uriel facing a rejected love and a wariness to re-commit; Amanda searching for acceptance and her place in the family; Gloria doing all she can to...

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A Life Naive

By Oliver Phipps

A Life Naive by Oliver Phipps is the story of Hershal Lawson, a trusting and upstanding younger man in Missouri, who could easily be called John Doe, so much is he the humdrum and monochrome Everyman. He's spent his days looking after his Me'ma, who...

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